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, but you're okay, right? >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: san francisco chid psychologist dr. laura davies says don't expect the young children who went through it to talk about their fear. it may show up in symptoms like posttraumatic stress disorder like anxiety, sleeplessness. >> they may start acting out, refuse to go to bed, they might refuse to eat, pick fight with their friends. just things that aren't typical of them. >> reporter: the national center for ptsd says more than 3/4s of students who witness a school shooting may develop symptoms. one study shows 10% could still feel the effects eight months later. some children may be psychotherapy and medication. all will need loving support. >> our job as a community is to help them feel okay being vulnerable and to feel okay expressing their feelings so they don't shut down. they are going to be having nightmares. they are going to be nervous. and they are going to have a hard time trusting people. >> reporter: some connecticut parents report their children are asking when will this happen again? davies urges parents to assure the kids they'r
. >> reporter: laura kelly and her family came from connecticut saturday to help rebuild. >> if i was ever in this position, i would hope that people could would come and do the same for me. it's the least i can do. >> reporter: but they say it's not a little deed. it's given them hope and a sign the christmas spirit is still alive. erica ferrari for cbs news, breezy point, new york. >>> we had our own little breezy point back in the bay area. this one was at the corner of 17th and patrero at the 76 gas station. it's shut down now after its roof collapsed on top of a car this afternoon. luckily nobody was hurt but a building inspector is checking things out. >>> now, the showers that boy they really poured this afternoon in san francisco. in the aftermath of the cold front that is now headed south into santa barbara county. for us just a few shreds of the showers left overnight. there's a little bit up there but otherwise things are drying up tonight. not for long though. another one offshore in its wake with skies clearing a bit. temperatures will come down into the 40s tonight. 48 degree
from the bankrupt airline. >> you will have an opportunity to learn-- >> reporter: laura aranda is 45 and ready to try something new. >> unlike an office setting, where you go in and it's the same thing, same thing thing, this is a new experience and challenge every day. >> reporter: she's an administrative assistant willing to take a $10,000 pay cut to become a flight attendant. >> i mean, you always want to get paid more, but if you love what you do, then money is just kind of something that's back there. >> reporter: american e-mailed aranda today. she got the job. the airline has also hired yoon eom. they'll both begin nine weeks of training next month. delta airlines, headquartered here in atlanta, announced last week it was also hiring flight attendants. 400 jobs, 22,000 applications. jeff, two more applications every minute. >> glor: mark, have we ever seen these sort of airline numbers before? >> reporter: actually, a couple of years ago, jeff, the numbers were more dramatic. delta was hiring 1,000 and had 100,000 applications. and remember, in 2010, the job market was even to
: this is laura sherman playing her guilded harp. this harp dates from 1918. but the harp itself is really an ancient instrument that still has the power to transport us, even to change lives. as byron pitts of "60 minutes" discovered. >> i'm just so drawn to it, it's like when i get up every day i just have to play my harp. i love it. >> reporter: for 13-year-old kim walker and her fellow members of atlanta's urban youth harp ensemble, this 47-stringed instrument with its heavenly sound transports them from the challenges of urban life to the satisfaction of mastering this most difficult of instruments. is playing the harp cool at all? >> yes. >> reporter: it is, she says, with great passion, it is. why is it cool to play the harp? >> because there are not a lot of kids that play the harp. you have your trumpets and your flautists and the run of the mill percussionists, but who can say oh i play the harp. >> reporter: i would think in an urban environment, harp is a hard sell. >> yeah, i kind of thought that at first, but when i walked in there were kids just loving it. >> reporter: carol
was hard hit and it was one of the last stops on rogers' christmas tour. laura eddings, miss eddings says to her children that bergen county students weren't just misplaced but by other thing. >> reporter: when you walk into the fire station and you see this -- >> you know what i want to do, just jump for joy. >> reporter: along with the local businesses schools and public sectors, rogers donated 1,200 toys to the englewood toy drive and challenged the concert goers to contribute just as much. >> you have families just miles away from families that have very little and you just know that without our help there probably won't be a san that comes around. >> reporter: lieutenant ray rodriguez joining the englewood fire department. his second year in, he started the toy drive. >> who else is endrenched in the community than the fire department. i enjoyed being with them. i know where it's supposed to go and it will be there when it's supposed to be there. >> reporter: rogers grew up in a house project in houston, texas, and he remembers salvation army delivering gi
, a conversation with general stanley mcchrystal. and we catch up with actress laura durn. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. and for some people, it can work in as early as the first week of treatment. so now i can do more of the things that i enjoy. lyrica is not for everyone. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior, or any swelling or affected breathing or skin, or changes in eyesight, including blurry vision or muscle pain with fever or tired feeling. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain, and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. with less pain, i'm feeling better now that i've found lyrica. ask your doctor if lyrica is
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